Wisconsin’s newest millionaire: Sheboygan County Powerball winner comes forward; What will he do with the money?

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SHEBOYGAN (WITI) — A Powerball ticket sold in Sheboygan County won $1 million in the Wednesday, June 25th Powerball drawing.

The $1 million ticket was sold at Q Mart at 1211 Weeden Creek Rd. in Sheboygan.

David Resnick is Wisconsin’s newest millionaire. He matched five numbers in last week’s Powerball drawing.

So what will he do with all the money?

“Oh, put it in the bank — let it sit for awhile. Let it grow. Help my daughter go through college since she graduated, and take a trip to South Dakota,” Resnick said.

Resnick says he will continue to work.

He says he’s been playing the lottery since it started, and he says he’ll continue to play the lottery.

This is the second $1 million winner in Sheboygan County and the second $1 million winning ticket sold at a Q Mart within the last month.  The first ticket was sold at Q Mart at 820 Commerce Lane in Kohler.

Wednesday’s winning Powerball numbers were 10, 20, 25, 50 and 53 with a Powerball of 35.

The Power Play number was 4.

No ticket in any state matched all five numbers plus the Powerball, pushing the jackpot to $80 million ($46.7 million cash) for the Saturday, June 28 drawing.